German International School provides holistic, play-based early childhood education

German International School provides holistic, play-based early childhood education

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

For those of you on the hunt for a kindergarten that offers a fun, interactive and child-centered environment for your young ones, German International School might be just the place that sits well with your requirements.

As a parent, one of the biggest concerns is to be sure your children get the right amount of attention at their school. This is of utmost priority when the children start their early childhood educational journey.

This concept is well embedded into the ideology of the German International School as it places special attention on the recognition of each child’s uniqueness and their varying life experiences to foster the child’s growth and independence.

At the heart of the school’s structure is a holistic, play-based approach to learning that stimulates the child to explore ideas and develop their interest through multifarious structured and engaging activities.

German International School aims to support each child on their journey of physical, social, emotional, linguistic and cognitive development to pave the way for confident and competent learners and young future leaders.

This reflects in the child-centered curriculum the school adopts, which creates opportunities for children to learn among other things the idea of planning and decision-making at a young age.

There is a strong emphasis on intercultural learning through activities, events that bring children, parents, and staff together.

The kindergarten comprises different groups of children from 3 to 6-year-olds taught and supervised by highly qualified teachers and teaching assistants.  

While the language of instruction at the school is German, kids also learn English. The school also provides additional German classes to those who need extra support.

The school is located in Al Mamoura, Ibn Seena Street No. 30.  For more information, you may contact them at 44516836 or email at info@ds-doha.de

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